Is this after a new clutch?
Does it only happen on upshifting ......or does it occur on downshifting too?
Does double de-clutching help/cure it?
Crunching on a gear shift is normally sign of clutch(old) begining to fail or, poorly fitted new clutch.
..Thinking .....do you have any clutch judder?
You'll laugh after reading this, but... I didn't replace the clutch D:
Needed the £100 that month more than it needed a new clutch. I did take the clutch off to inspect it, and it had plenty of life left in it.
It seems to happen both up and down shifting, and yes double de-clutching cures it.
Don't see how I could fit it poorly, surely it either fits or it doesn't?
Why did you replace the slave cylinder? This is a major as you know on 147 TS because it's gearbox out to do. Definitely worth bleeding clutch hydraulics again to be sure all is well, but if the clutch is working as it should and no crunching on 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th, and reverse then kind of suggests a problem with 3rd gear only.
Replaced the slave because it seemed to have failed. Already done the master 6 months previous, no signs of leaks from the pipes, yet I would lose the clutch completely after a few days of having bled it. Absolutely fine now.
And yeah, it was a mare of a job. First time i've had a gearbox out the car too, so was a good learning experience. I'll bleed it tomorrow night and see if that cures it, should be reet though as I used the gunson 1 man pressure kit.
Almost tempted to rebuild the gearbox myself... Always fancied giving it a shot.
Quite confident that I could get the gearbox out without touching the subframe this time, that was probably the worst part of the job!